INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTIONS IN GOODS
This law course delves into the complexities of international transactions in goods, exploring the legal frameworks, regulatory schemes, and practical issues that govern these transactions. Students will analyze the roles of various international legal instruments, dispute resolution mechanisms, and trade regulations while examining case studies and engaging in practical exercises. This course will equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively navigate the rapidly evolving landscape of international trade law.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
Understand the legal frameworks and regulatory schemes governing international transactions in goods.
Analyze the roles and impacts of international legal instruments, trade agreements, and organizations on international trade.
Identify and assess the various dispute resolution mechanisms available in international trade disputes.
Evaluate the implications of national and international regulations on the export, import, and transit of goods.
Apply practical skills and knowledge to real-world international trade scenarios and negotiations.